English | Japanese
"Here we go, Maanna! Gate open!... Fufu, think of it as an honor. This is my full throttle...!"
"Be crushed to pieces, An Gal Tā Kigal Shē!!”
English | Japanese
"Gate open!... Okay, okay, please take care this time. From the great heavens towards the great earth!"
"Also known as, Jabal Hamrin Breaker!”
An Gal Tā Kigal Shē; it means “from the great heavens towards the great earth.” In Sumerian Mythology, it is the most “devastating” and “atrocious” deed that Ishtar carried outーーーーfrom her anecdote of trampling down and annihilating the Sacred Mountain Ebih, which was revered and feared even by the King of Gods, “simply because I am displeased with it”, turned into a Noble Phantasm. Acording to Mesopotamian Mythology, Ishtar forced her way into Mount Ebih, increasing her heavenly might with each step, and in the end, she grabbed a hold of the mountain range’s summit and thrusted her spear into the heart of the leyline, causing the Ebih mountain range to collapse. Another name for this is the Jabal Hamrin Breaker (ジュベル・ハムリン・ブレイカー, Juberu Hamurin Bureikā?).
Based on such anecdote, Ishtar pulls off a deed that even God fears: upon employing the Noble Phantasm, she warps to Venus and takes possession of its concept by means of management rights, loading it and firing it from Maanna’s magazine as a conceptual planet.
While in the middle of her Noble Phantasm, when Ishtar warps to Venus, this is not the Venus in the outer space of the modern era’s, but rather, the Venus in the outer space during the time of the age of mythology. Afterwards, grabbing (the concept of) Venus and loading it onto her bow as a bullet, the Venus Blaster shoots this Venus that had been turned into a bullet towards the Earth (surface), and from another person’s perspective, it casually warps into the modern era’s airspace through the utilization of displacement magecraft. The mountain range that was a nuisance to others, even to the Earth and to Venus, is accordingly destroyed by this Venus.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Fate/Grand Order Profile of Ishtar, translated by Master of Chaos at Beast's Lair.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 Fate/Grand Order material IV - Ishtar, p.296-309, translated by Clyton at Beast's Lair.